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  • Switzerland suffered its 10th consecutive defeat

Switzerland vs Austria international football match report

Date, kick-off time: Sunday, 27 October 1929, 15:00 (UTC+01:00)
National teams, score:
Switzerland
-
Austria
1:3
Competition:Central European International Cup 1927-1930
Referee:Per Andersen, Kristiania → Oslo /
Norway
Attendance, venue:16 000, Wankdorfstadion, Bern
Goals:0:1 (25') Karl Stoiber, 1:1 (45') Raymond Passello, 1:2 (62') Hans Horvath, 1:3 (84') Toni Schall
Switzerland national football team line-up in match Nr.91
Managed by technical commission: Jimmy Hogan (England), Izidor Kürschner (Hungary), coach Teddy Duckworth (England)
PlayerCapsAgeClub
Charles Pasche   6Grasshopper Club, Zürich
Gottfried Wernli   523FC Aarau, Aarau
Rudolf Ramseyer  Captain  4832FC Bern, Bern
Paul Fässler   3228BSC Young Boys, Bern
Karl Gyurkowicz   1FC Young Fellows, Zürich
Mario Fasson   5BSC Young Boys, Bern
Law Adam   121Grasshopper Club, Zürich
Aldo Poretti   322FC Lugano, Lugano
Raymond Passello   824Servette FC, Genève
Max Abegglen   4127Grasshopper Club, Zürich
Germinal Losio   1Étoile Carouge FC, Carouge
Austria national team line-up in match Nr.129
Managed by association captain Hugo Meisl
PlayerCapsAgeClub
Friedrich Franzl   1424SK Admira, Wien
Roman Schramseis   923SK Rapid, Wien
Anton Janda   725SK Admira, Wien
Walter Nausch   122FK Austria, Wien
Josef Smistik   723SK Rapid, Wien
Johann Luef   523SK Rapid, Wien
Ignaz Siegl   1927SK Admira, Wien
Johann Klima   929SK Admira, Wien
Karl Stoiber   222SK Admira, Wien
Toni Schall   422SK Admira, Wien
Hans Horvath  Captain  3226SK Rapid, Wien
Match stats
National teamPlayersAverage capsAverage ageClubsGoalsCautionsExpulsions
Switzerland1113.7278100
Austria119.90924.7673300
Historical data sources
Wiener Sonn- und Montags-Zeitung (Vienna), №43, 28.10.1929; Österreichische Nationalbibliothek
Feuille d’avis de Neuchâtel (Neuchâtel), №251, 28.10.1929; L’Express archives
Neues Wiener Journal (Vienna), №12908, 28.10.1929; Österreichische Nationalbibliothek
Gazette de Lausanne (Lausanne), №299, 28.10.1929; Le Temps archives
La Sentinelle (La Chaux-de-Fonds), №249, 28.10.1929; E-newspaperarchives.ch
Wiener Montagblatt (Vienna), №43, 28.10.1929; Österreichische Nationalbibliothek
Tribune de Lausanne (Lausanne), №300, 28.10.1929; Bibliothèque cantonale et universitaire - Lausanne
L’Impartial (La Chaux-de-Fonds), №14967, 28.10.1929; L’Express archives
Illustrierte Kronen Zeitung (Vienna), №10693, 28.10.1929; Österreichische Nationalbibliothek
Journal de Genève (Geneva), №295, 28.10.1929; Le Temps archives
Le Droit du Peuple (Lausanne), №253, 28.10.1929; Bibliothèque cantonale et universitaire - Lausanne
Reichspost (Vienna), №298, 28.10.1929; Österreichische Nationalbibliothek
Feuille d’avis de Lausanne (Lausanne), №253, 28.10.1929; Bibliothèque cantonale et universitaire - Lausanne
Freiburger Nachrichten (Fribourg), №251, 28.10.1929; E-newspaperarchives.ch
Sporttagblatt (Vienna), №298, 28.10.1929; Österreichische Nationalbibliothek
Comments

dudd - posted 22.11.2014 14:08:05

Austrian captain: Hans Horvath (link: )

dudd - posted 22.11.2014 14:09:58

Anton Schall awarded a penalty kick in the 16th minute for Austria (link: )
Switzerland vs Austria post-match head-to-head
PlayedWonDrawnLostGoalsPoints/Match
1231814 - 350.583
Switzerland v Austria match-by-match record
Switzerland matches
Previous match:
Central European International Cup 1927-1930
Czechoslovakia vs Switzerland 5-0
Prague, Sunday 6 October 1929
Next match:
Friendly International
Italy vs Switzerland 4-2
Rome, Sunday 9 February 1930
Austria matches
Previous match:
Friendly International
Hungary vs Austria 2-1
Budapest, Sunday 6 October 1929
Next match:
Friendly International
Czechoslovakia vs Austria 2-2
Prague, Sunday 23 March 1930
Switzerland top scorers
1. Max Abegglen (1922 - 1929) - 22 goals
2. Paolo Sturzenegger (1922 - 1926) - 10 goals
3. Robert Pache (1921 - 1924) - 9 goals
4. Paul Wyss (1911 - 1914) - 8 goals
... Raymond Passello (1925 - 1929) - 2 goals
(correct as of October 27, 1929)
Austria top scorers
1. Hans Horvath (1924 - 1929) - 20 goals
2. Jan Studnicka (1902 - 1918) - 18 goals
... Toni Schall (1927 - 1929) - 3 goals
... Karl Stoiber (1929) - 1 goal
(correct as of October 27, 1929)
Brief match report
Sun. 27 Oct 1929
Wankdorfstadion, Bern
Switzerland 1-3 Austria
Goals: Stoiber 25, Passello 45, Horvath 62, Schall 84

Switzerland: Pasche, Wernli, Ramseyer (c), Fässler, Gyurkowicz, Fasson, Adam, Poretti, Passello, Abegglen, Losio. Managed by technical commission Hogan (England), Kürschner (Hungary), Duckworth (England).

Austria: Franzl, Schramseis, Janda, Nausch, Smistik, Luef, Siegl, Klima, Stoiber, Schall, Horvath (c). Managed by Meisl.

Att: 16 000
Ref: Andersen (Norway)

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